Git meaning

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(Appalachian, southern US) To get.
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(Appalachian, southern US) To leave.
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(brit., slang) A person regarded as contemptible, coarse, foolish, etc.
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A version control system for software originally created for Linux development by Linus Torvalds. Noted for its branching flexibility, which allows separate branches to be created for testing new ideas, Git is a distributed system that keeps a repository with complete version history in every directory. Git functions are activated by text commands such as git add and git commit. See GitHub and version control.
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(UK, slang, pejorative) A contemptible person.
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(UK, slang, pejorative) A silly, incompetent, stupid, annoying, or childish person.
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Alternative form of geat (channel in metal casting)
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Origin of git

  • From Middle English get (“offspring", especially "illegitimate offspring”). A southern variant of Scots get (“illegitimate child, brat”), related to beget. (from Online Etymology Dictionary)

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